Logic's Multipressor and Adaptive Limiter plug-ins have some hidden talents that you may not know about, even if you have used the effects. Jay Asher reveals all...
By blending close and distant mics when recording drums you can get complete control over the depth and tone of your drum sound. Learn how in this video.
Get expert guidance on how to set up, route and sound check a live drum kit to ensure the perfect take. Josh Carney shows you how.
Mic types, which stand to choose and how to prevent plosives are just some of the techniques explained in this short video on setting up your podcast system.
These composers have all played a pivotal role in defining the sound of cinema. How many of them do you know?
Customising the click track in Logic is both easier and more useful than you might have realised. See and hear how it's done in this comprehensive guide from Joe Albano.
There's a surprising amount you can do with the numerous free DAWs out there all the way up to producing professional level tracks. Joe Albano highlights the best of the bunch.
Good monitor placement is key to understanding your mixes. Matt Vanacoro explains some of the fundamentals of placement and setup that you need to know.
Live is famous for its warping skills, but how do they actually work and how can they help you make tracks? Olav Basoski explains all.
Using RAID drives in your music setup can mean better performance and data security. Joe Albano explains how, in under two minutes.
Send click tracks, deal with grouping and create multiple custom monitor mixes in Pro Tools for the best recording results. Josh Carney shows you how.
If you're after a more analog sound for your productions there are some specific types of gear you will want to look at. Joe Albano gives you the inside track...
Get everything from subtle correction to hard, EDM-style vocal shifting with Antares Auto-Tune EFX+. Josh Carney shows you how.
Matching the sound of your favourite commercial tracks can be easier than you think if you take the right approach to mastering. Matt Hepworth shows you how in this short video.
Logic Pro X and Mainstage share more than a little DNA, and that means that using them together is easier than you might have thought. Here's how to do it in style.